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Martha-Quilt - Finishing

Martha-Quilt - Finishing

For the Martha-Quilt, we designed a label that serves two purposes. Not only is it the carrier of the necessary information for the after-world, but it also shows the painting which was the source for the line drawing which became the embroidery motif in the centre of the quilt. We thought it quite fitting to create a label with this painting as a background, adding both the painter and the year it was painted.... (30 July 2011)

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Tie a Yellow Ribbon - Finishing

Tie a Yellow Ribbon

Small quilts are a very rewarding experience. They look terrific, can be used as wall-hangings in the smallest of flats, and they are a challenge without taking up too much time to complete. This applies to all stages in quiltmaking: piecing, assembly, quilting, and also to the very last stage – to finishing the quilt. No cutting and sewing of endless binding strips to never ending quilt edges, not to mention the thousands of invisible hand stitches needed to finish the binding for a large quilt... (19 March 2011)

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Bonus: Windblown Square

Windmill

Playing around with blocks for the BOM and with pictures from the QuiltZeitReise 2010 at the same time made us think of ways to combine both. As is often the case we didn’t find exactly what we were looking for but our archive produced this photo of a windmill from a previous US visit... (7 February 2011)

Funky Munich

Funky Munich

We started our design for the first Sesterce based on an old black and white postcard of the Munich Frauenkirche bought at the Auer Dult...

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Author: 
Jutta Hufnagel
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